South Australian Recruitment Companies

While South Australia doesn’t get as much media interest as QLD and WA get for their mining industries, many people don’t realise that South Australia is where mining in Australia first started (with Silver and Copper).

While there may not be as many jobs on offer, there are still jobs and here is a list of recruitment companies based in South Australia that you can get in contact with.

Please Note:
While we have done the research, you should too! Do not work with companies that expect you to pay them to help you find a job, and if something seems like a scam – it probably is.

  • Red Appointments
    Specialists in Miing, Construction, Trades and Engineering, Red Appointments are based in South Australia and source candidates for positions ranging from CEO to trades assistant.
  • Dual Recruitment
    Dual Recruitment is a local recruitment company with plenty of experience. Their staff has over 70 years combined experience allows them to fully understand the mining industry. With a network that is both local and international and recruiting workers from management down, make sure you submit your details and any relevant skills, training or experience to them through their website.
  • Xceptional Recruitment
    Xceptional is an award winning recruitment company that works with the mining and automotive industries in South Australia. With a commitment of supporting indigenous training and employment, Xceptional have created the ‘Regional Indigenous Training Program’.
  • Sando Recruitment
    Sando specialises in Mining, Oil, Energy and Gas recruitment they have an international reach as well as some fantastic resume and interview advice on their website. Head over and see what jobs they currently have on offer and submit your resume so that they can contact you if they have something that you are suited for.
  • Complete Personnel
    Complete recruitment has been providing employment solutions in South Australia since 1997. While not specifically mining focused, they regularly have positions available in the industry.
  • Orion Mining
    Not the most helpful website but this could be seen as an advantage as less people will take the time to contact them. They handle skilled and semi-skilled labour as well as administration and secretarial staff.
  • WorkPac
    A regular feature in our Weekly Mining jobs, WorkPac seems to be one of the best sources for finding entry-level trade positions in the mining industry.
  • Hays Recruiting
    Another of the national recruitment companies, it is hard to keep them off this list. With a resource and mining office based in Adelaide, their website makes searching easy and should be on your list or regular sites to look for jobs.

Here are some addition resources you may wish to consider:

>> Search Mining Companies in South Australia (Coming Soon)

>> Search Mining Recruitment Companies in Other States.

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